This week’s top mixes include Floating Points via Giant Steps sound system, Pearson Sound’s fresh dancefloor sounds and Omar S live from New Delhi.
Peggy Gou’s All-Time Favourites. Berlin-based producer, DJ and model Peggy Gou has played almost every leading club in the world and released records on labels like REKIDS, Phonica and Ninja Tune sub-label Technicolour. Her RA podcast highlights some of her all-time favourites as well as tracks from her upcoming EP for Ninja Tune. Stream above.
Floating Points via Giant Steps. Presented by analogue advocates Analogue Foundation, a recording of UK producer and DJ Sam Shepherd aka Floating Points playing for the Giant Steps sound system during Houghton Festival 2017. Shepherd selects from jazz, soul and funk. Stream in full above.
Bruce’s Textural Techno in Bristol. Radar Radio travel to Bristol to team-up with Noods Radio, which has “brought through some of the finest artists the city has” to present a set from Bruce, the textural techno experimentalist, DJ and music producer with releases on Dnuos Ytivil and Hessle Audio. Stream above, download here.
Pearson Sound’s Truancy Volume. The 200th Truancy Volume features Hessle Audio co-founderv David Kennedy, aka Pearson Sound and Ramadan man. “I wanted to keep the music fresh mainly, and not put too many older bits in there. Also I decided that I wanted it to be quite clubby, and definitely on the more dancefloor side of things,” he explains. Stream above.
Omar S’s New Delhi Techno. Acclaimed Detroit producer Omar-S, who’s known for his raw and stripped-back approach to both production and marketing, appears in New Delhi for an hour-long Boiler Room set full of only the best and most dancefloor-ready classic and contemporary techno from Detroit and beyond. Stream above.